Rita Hayworth can scrimp and save like the best of us! During World War II, the boys at Camp Callan in California named the bombshell actress their "away-from-home mother". Here she sews a stitch in time on the 1940s suit of one lucky soldier.
Note his unlined suit jacket (due to fabric rationing) and her perfectly smooth legs that seem to have the glowing lustre of fine hosiery. It looks like Rita may have had a stash of nylon stockings tucked away during the war, while new nylons were practically impossible to get, as their raw material was needed for military parachutes.
Source: Life: World War II by Philip B Kunhardt Jr